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Deutsche Werft AG

Type   Shipyard
Historical Name of Location   Hamburg, Germany

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Ships Constructed at Deutsche Werft AG

Ship NameYard NoSlip/Drydock NoOrderedLaid DownLaunchedCompleted
U-1233
Thor214I16 Mar 19386 May 1938
M25128519 Sep 193912 Jan 194012 Jul 194016 Dec 1940
M25228619 Sep 193928 Mar 194027 Sep 194015 Feb 1941
M25328719 Sep 19391 Apr 194023 Nov 194021 Apr 1941
U-50529512 Jun 194024 May 194126 Aug 1941
M25428819 Sep 19391 Jul 194017 Feb 194116 Jul 1941
M25528919 Sep 19391 Aug 19401 Apr 194111 Oct 1941
M25629019 Sep 193920 Mar 194131 May 194119 Jan 1942
U-1239II2 Apr 194220 Jul 1943
U-1240II2 Apr 194221 Aug 1943


Deutsche Werft AG Timeline

12 Jun 1940 German Type IXC U-Boat U-505 was laid down at Deutsche Werft in Hamburg, Germany.
25 May 1941 German Type IXC U-Boat U-505 was launched down at Deutsche Werft in Hamburg, Germany.




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WW2-Era Place Name Hamburg, Germany
Lat/Long 53.5412, 9.8542
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